Domino Printing Sciences


Since 1978, Domino Printing Sciences (Domino) has established a global reputation for the development and manufacture of coding, marking, and printing technologies, as well as its worldwide aftermarket products and customer services.

Domino employs over 3,000 people worldwide and sells to more than 120 countries through a global network of 29 subsidiary offices and more than 200 distributors. Domino’s manufacturing facilities are located in China, Germany, India, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, and the USA.

Domino became an autonomous division within Brother Industries Ltd. on 11th June 2015. Brother Industries Limited is a public company based in Nagoya Japan and is listed on the Japanese Stock Exchange (6448:Tokyo).


Articles from Domino Printing Sciences

Domino Printing Sciences: Driving the Global Migration to 2D barcodes with GS1

Domino Printing Sciences , the global expert in variable data printing, is proud to support the industry’s transition to 2D barcodes as an innovation sponsor of the GS1 Global Forum 2024. The largest annual GS1 event, which takes place from 19th–22nd February in Brussels and virtually, brings together GS1 member organisations from across the globe to collaborate and discuss common issues and share best practices.


International Day of Women and Girls in Science: Inspiring the Next Generation of Women in STEM

This Sunday, 11th February 2024, marks the annual International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The event is a global celebration of the women who work and contribute to the major scientific findings that we see every day.


Retail Packaging vs. Ecommerce Packaging: What’s The Difference?

Whether on the shelves of a brick-and-mortar store or delivered directly to the home via ecommerce, a product’s packaging will significantly influence consumer perception of a brand, but it’s also a practical tool, with very different functions depending on how a product is sold.


Smart Solutions in the Hands of Manufacturers: The ‘Remote’ Route to Zero Machine Downtime

Minimising unplanned downtime is a business imperative but doing so by incurring the extra cost of over-maintenance – e.g. regular line closures for routine maintenance or holding extra inventory in case of machine failure – is equally unappealing and goes against global sustainability efforts.


What Is Late-Stage Customisation? Discover the Benefits of Digital Printing in the Factory

What is late-stage customisation in manufacturing? Engage with consumers, overcome supply chain issues, and reduce waste with digital printing in the factory.


Domino’s New Mx-Series Print and Apply Labellers for Traceability in Logistics and Distribution

Feedback from extended customer testing, which took place at sites across Sweden, Germany, and the Netherlands, highlighted two key benefits that specifically resonated with Domino’s test customers: the printer’s high-speed variable data printing capabilities, up to ten times faster than previous generation print and apply labellers, and enhanced connectivity options to facilitate data sharing.


The Domino Digital Solutions Programme

We believe that personalised customer experience is the key to success, and are committed to going above and beyond to help our customers get the most out of their digital printing investment. Our Digital Solutions Programme was designed with this goal in mind. 


Domino Printing Sciences Celebrates Hat-trick of Investments in Digital Printing Solutions Division

Domino Printing Sciences (Domino), the global expert in digital printing and coding and marking, has made significant investments in its Digital Printing Solutions division as part of a commitment to broadening its range of solutions and services for the labels and corrugated packaging sectors.


Exploring Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing

In recent months, AI has dominated global news feeds, with businesses in all sectors exploring how to incorporate AI into their processes. As a manufacturer, you’re probably also considering the role that AI could play on your production lines.


The new EU Regulation on wine labelling: what you need to know

The European Union has introduced new guidelines for wine labelling, that come into effect on December 8, 2023. This blog serves as a practical resource for wine manufacturers, to delve into the details of these regulations and offering clear, actionable steps to help you prepare effectively.


The Rise and Risk of Counterfeit Products

Counterfeit products are nothing new, but today, with the continued rise and impact of influencer culture and increase in market vulnerabilities, they pose a greater threat than ever.


Domino Printing Sciences New Vx-Series Printers Increase Efficiency in Flow Wrap Applications

Award-winning coding and marking provider Domino Printing Sciences (Domino) is pleased to present the new Vx-Series, state-of-the-art thermal transfer overprinters (TTO) for increased efficiency on flexible food packaging lines. The Vx-Series is designed to maximise production uptime while reducing ribbon usage in flow wrap and vertical (VFFS) and horizontal form fill seal (HFFS) applications.


Laser Coding: Why Sampling Is So Important

The scientific probing is an essential part of the laser selection process for any laser coding application. Why is this so important when deciding which type of laser to use?


The Future of Traceability: Get Ready for The Digital Product Passport

As a tool to create transparency and enable circularity, the European Commission (EC) is proposing the implementation of digital product passports (DPPs) that share product and traceability information across the entire product lifecycle.


Domino Printing Sciences Opens New Subsidiary in Indonesia

Domino Printing Sciences (Domino) today announces the official opening of Domino Printing Indonesia, a new subsidiary dedicated to providing complete, closed-loop coding solutions for the archipelago of Indonesia.